Geri Coleman Tucker is a freelance writer and editor and a former deputy managing editor for USA Today. She also writes the Asperger Ascent blog. Tucker, a graduate of Kenyon College, is based in the Washington, DC, area.
Posted by Geri Coleman Tucker on Jul 11, 2016
Sean Douglas wasn’t diagnosed with dyslexia until his late 20s. Growing up, all he knew was that he did “very badly at school and failed everything ex... Read More
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If you have a child with learning and attention issues, there are many kinds of schools to choose from. The choices can be confusing. And the schools... Read More
Posted by Geri Coleman Tucker on Dec 05, 2014
You and the school have worked together and come up with an Individualized Education Program (IEP). You’ve decided what services your child needs, and... Read More
Posted by Geri Coleman Tucker on Aug 26, 2014
Schools have different philosophies about the best ways to teach children. But if you don’t understand the terms they use when describing their philos... Read More
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